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Written by David Ramsey   
Wednesday, 16 December 2009
Table of Contents: Page Index
Cooler Master HAF-932 AMD Edition AM-932
Closer Look: HAF AMD Exterior
Detailed Exterior Features
HAF932 AMD Extra Features
Closer Look: AM932 Interior
Detailed Interior Features
Building the HAF AMD System
HAF932 AMD Final Thoughts
AM-932-RWN1-GP Conclusion

HAF932 AMD Extra Features

Cooler Master's HAF cases are all about "high air flow", but they haven't forgotten you water cooling folks. Looking closely at the top of the case we can see that there are mounting points for a dual-120mm radiator or two 120mm fans (of course in either case you'd have to remove the included 230mm fan). But if you look toward the front of the case, you'll see some vents at the back of the case top. What could these be for?

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Removing three screws under the rubber mat on top of the case allows the case top to come off...revealing mounts for another 120mm fan! Air directed upwards from this fan would exit via the vents we see above.

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With the case top removed, we can see that the Cooler Master HAF 932 AMD Edition has accommodations for a full triple-120mm radiator. Of course you'd have to remove the existing 230mm fan to mount one.

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As long as we've the top off, let's remove the front bezel as well. Once this is done, we can see the six twist-out shields for the 5.25" bays and the unfiltered 230mm intake fan. I was able to remove the top four shields without losing any blood, which is better than I usually do.

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OK, let's take a look at the interior.



 

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